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Therapy Services

Phone: 307-800-8752
Hours: Monday through Friday 8am to 5pm

Our new location is in the lower level of the hospital with access through the doors on Ash Street.


Our Team

Our friendly team is currently comprised of Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, and Speech Therapy. Our therapists strive to provide evidence-based care to optimize individual goals and function. Care is provided to reduce the risk of injury before it begins, improve current symptoms, and treat pre- and post-operations.

Our Providers are:
Trent Sobieck, P.T.,D.P.T., C.O.M.T
Marty Downs L/PTA

Click on the link to learn about how our neighbors and patients feel about this clinic!
Therapy Testimonials

Physical Therapy Services

• Orthopedic Rehabilitation
• Sports Rehabilitation
• Athletic Injury Screen and Prevention
• Post-Operative Management
• Joint Replacement Rehabilitation
• Low Back Pain
• Rotator Cuff Injury
• Hip/Knee Pain
• Concussion Management
• Fall Prevention/Balance Training
• Dry Needling


Occupational Therapy Services

• Hand/Wrist/Elbow Pain and Injury
• Functional Activity Retraining
• Desensitization
• Adaptive Equipment Training
• Community Re-Integration
• Home Safety Evaluations
• Rehabilitation for Neurological Deficits
• Preventing Employment Related Injuries
• Pediatric Development Training
• Compensatory Techniques Training for Low Vision
• Strengthening for Generalized Weakness


Speech Therapy Service

• Motor planning and execution, articulation & phonological
• Fluency for stuttering and cluttering
• Phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, pragmatics, prelinguistic communication, paralinguistic communication and literacy
• Feeding and swallowing for atypical eating
• Cognitive therapy assisting with deficits in attention, memory, problem solving, and executive functioning
• Congenital and developmental disorders in the pediatric population
• Assisting with phonation quality, pitch, loudness, and laryngeal voice
• Assisting with hyper-nasality, hypo-nasality, cul-de-sac resonance and forward focus
• Alternative communication devices
• Auditory habilitation/rehabilitation for speech, language, communication, and listening skills impacted by hearing loss and auditory processing